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QUT congratulates its 2015 Queensland Music Award winners

31-03-2015 Brisbane band Halfway, the line-up of which includes QUT music lecturer and former Go-Between John Willsteed, picked up two 2015 Queensland Music Awards last night while QUT student Ayla Scanlan won the $10,000 Billy Thorpe Scholarship.

Professor Pamela Russell made a fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences

31-03-2015 QUT medical scientist Professor Pamela Russell AM has added another accolade to her outstanding career by being named a fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences.

Mastering the films and art of David Lynch

31-03-2015 Keep creative control and don't compromise your artistic vision. That's the advice from filmmaker David Lynch that will stay with 30 QUT students and horror movie expert Dr Mark Ryan after they took part in an invitation-only masterclass in Brisbane.

Prostate Cancer Research Under Threat - It’s A Bloke Thing Foundation helps keep Brisbane research afloat

31-03-2015 Critical prostate cancer research could be under threat with federal funding of the Australian Prostate Cancer Bio-Resource (APCB) set to end in June this year.

Collaborate, innovate, or be left behind

30-03-2015 Australia is in danger of being left behind as world economies find better ways to innovate to remain competitive.

Try a little self-kindness: help for stressed-out new mums

30-03-2015 It's 3am, the baby's been crying for hours, your partner's on night shift, no one's going to appreciate a phone call at this hour for help.

Leaving BrisVegas via digital departure

30-03-2015 Leaving BrisVegas (Brisbane) just got a whole lot easier thanks to a world-first Digital Departure Card developed in partnership between QUT students and staff, a Brisbane entrepreneur and Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC).

Cricketers must hit ‘Gold Medal Fever’ for six for World Cup success

26-03-2015 Australia's cricketers must resist "Gold Medal Fever" and attempt to keep cool heads in the pressure cooker atmosphere of today's Cricket World Cup semi-final, a QUT sport and exercise psychologist says.

Prostate cancer grant boost for QUT researchers

26-03-2015 Ground-breaking QUT research will investigate a new test for prostate cancer, using technology developed by Australian industry partner Minomic International Ltd (Minomic).

‘Go outside and play’ means different things to kids and parents

25-03-2015 'Play is children's work', it is often said. Children tend to agree because many, when asked about what they are doing at kindy, insist their activity is 'work' or 'building' or 'painting', a QUT study has found.

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